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Our vtech phones suddenly began to be filled with static, making conversations difficult. The have worked properly for the two or three year we have had them. We have no new electronic devices, nor has anything changed in the vicinity of the phones. Our phones are Model number L#MI6896.

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Thank you for your reply. the problem is in the incoming telephone line and it turns out that other neighbors are having the same static problem. A man from the telephone company is in the neighborhood searching for the cause of the problem. Katsura

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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